Rodica Pop-Busui, M.D., Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine in the Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology and Diabetes (MEND), co-Director of the Michigan Peripheral Neuropathy Center at U-M, and Associate Chair for Clinical Research at The University of Michigan
An endocrinologist, diabetologist, clinician, researcher, and scholar, Dr. Pop-Busui is the leading physician in the field of diabetic complications within the University of Michigan's MEND Division. Her clinical interests are diabetes, diabetes complications, and metabolic syndrome.
Dr. Pop-Busui’s research interest has focused on translational and clinical trials to study the mechanisms of diabetic complications, including diabetic cardiovascular autonomic and peripheral neuropathy, and to understand their role in the development of the high cardiovascular risk complicating diabetes.
For more information visit the Program for Clinical Research in Diabetes Care and Complications.